Company Stories

Rallis India

Employees from Rallis India depicted great zeal towards environmental causes and community building initiatives as part of the Tata Volunteering Work. They organised a session on water conservation, a tree plantation event, and an environmental safety campaign while leading by example, making a veritable difference in society

  • Eleven volunteers from Rallis India, Lote, arranged a drawing competition for 52 students from Nutan Vidyalaya, Lote, Maharashtra. The theme of the competition was on safety and environment
  • A safety training and drawing competition was organised for the underprivileged schoolchildren in North Bangalore
  • An awareness programme on girl education, 'Spoorthi the Inspiration', was conducted along with a session on the importance of safe drinking water
  • A tree plantation event was organised and books and pens were distributed to the children
  • Volunteers held a session on the importance of saving water and organised a drawing competition for schoolchildren
  • A drawing competition was organised on the theme of environment for the specially challenged students from Sanjeevan Deep school in Airoli, Mumbai
  • A health related programme was arranged for residents of Songaon Village, Lote
  • Employees planted saplings along with children
  • Thirteen volunteers visited ZP School, Lote Mal, and conducted a session on first aid, safety and general diseases for 160 students and their teachers



Volunteer speak

Ryan Uthup: Explaning to the future generation of this country about water conservation and the interest shown by them and the commitment they promised to save water was very fulfilling. It reminded us of our duty towards the society and the nation.

Kotish Vardia: I visited a school for underprivileged children at Palanpur, Gujarat. We interacted with students about the various ways in which water can be saved in our daily activities. We also conducted a drawing competition among students. The students were very excited about the event. The top sketches were later awarded prizes. I am thankful to the Tata group for this opportunity to help these students improve their lives.